The Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF), Penang is one of the 14 State Liaison Committees (SLCs) established to support the national vision and objectives of its parent body MCPF (registration no. 1574/93 – Wilayah Persekutuan). MCPF is a non-profit, Non-Government Organisation (NGO) established on 11th January 1993 as a Chapter of the Asia Crime Prevention Foundation, which is based in Tokyo, Japan and is the first Chapter to be established outside Japan.
The Chairman of MCPF Penang is Y.Bhg. Dato’ Seri Syed Jaafar Syed Ali. Its current Deputy Chairman is Y.Bhg. Dato’ K. Pulayantran. YDH CP Dato’ A. Thaiveegan, Chief Police Officer, Penang is the Honorary Advisor – which provides the platform for close collaborative, consultative and cooperative partnership between MCPF Penang and the Royal Malaysia Police, Penang contingent. MCPF Penang Vice-Chairman (I) is YDH SAC Dato’ Mohamad Anil Shah, the Head of Department for Crime Prevention and Community Safety, IPK Penang. Encik Rosli Mohamed Ali is its current Vice-Chairman (II). Completing this Office Bearer line-up is Secretary Encik Ching Eng Leong and Treasurer Encik Harikumar Katherasen.
Besides the above 6 Member Office-Bearers, 13 other diverse professionals and carefully selected individuals from various disciplines and business entities make up the State Liaison Committee Members. In 2017, MCPF Penang increased its strength to reach out further to the community by its establishment of 5 District Liaison Committees (DLCs) as provided by the latest 2016 MCPF Constitution Amendments. The current line-up of MCPF Penang’s District Liaison Committee Chairmen are Encik Johnny Michael Tan (Timur Laut), Encik James Mohan (Barat Daya), Encik Munusamy Muniandy (Seberang Perai Utara), Encik Ching Eng Leong (Seberang Perai Tengah) and Dato’ K. Pulayantran (Seberang Perai Selatan).
MCPF Penang State Liaison Committee has currently one of its distinguished SLC Member Dato’ Ong Poh Eng sitting on the MCPF Federal Executive Council with the appointed portfolio of Deputy Chairman of the Multimedia and Corporate Communication Standing Committee. It is also noteworthy that Dato’ K. Pulayantran has been entrusted with the role of Crime Awareness Club for Tamil Schools nationwide within the Crime Awareness Club Standing Committee.
The Crime Prevention Awareness and Education programs and activities are based upon a consensual, collaborative and cooperative Team efforts discussed in earnest at its monthly meeting. For a quick overview of MCPF Penang’s most recent contributions and achievements, please do visit the details available in this website.